Great ShellShocked screening and Q&A today at EcoFestival in Brooklyn- over 100 students in attendance! Plus live oysters!
Almost 150 seats filled at the SHELLSHOCKED screening at American Museum of Natural History!
The SHELLSHOCKED Screening at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City took place on March 10, 2013 and featured a performance by Bob Wright and Harbortown, whose songs from the album ‘Oyster Aristocracy’ are featured in the film!
Filmmaker Emily Driscoll and the Harbor School’s Pete Malinowski and student Joy Junious participated in a Q&A after the screening.
New SHELLSHOCKED screening in NYC!
The Empire Dragon Boat Team presents a special screening of ‘SHELLSHOCKED: Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves’ on January 11th at Rockefeller Research Laboratory (430 East 67th Street in NYC). Including Q&A with director Emily Driscoll and NY/NJ Baykeeper’s Meredith Comi.
What tornado warning? Josh Hoch of Go Shuck An Oyster lived up to his blog name at the July 18th SHELLSHOCKED screening at the Boston Public Library while a thunderstorm raged outside!
Setting up the SHELLSHOCKED screening at the BC Shellfish Festival that benefits the Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program!
Stavros Basis gets a shucking lesson from CJ of Island Creek Oysters
The SHELLSHOCKED Screening at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on May 12, 2012 included a Q&A with George Buckley and filmmaker Emily Driscoll. Island Creek Oysters provided oysters and a shucking demonstration! Photo by Emily Driscoll.